Ph.D. ,Temple University


As a Research Assistant Professor at Temple University, I have more than ten years of experience in conducting and leading experimental nuclear physics research. My field of expertise is in virtual Compton scattering and nucleon structure, and I have contributed to various projects at Jefferson Lab and Paul Scherrer Institut, using particle accelerators, detectors, and software tools.

I have also been involved in teaching and mentorship, delivering introductory physics courses to undergraduate students and guiding graduate students in their data analysis and research projects. I hold a PhD in Elementary Particle Physics and have acquired multiple certifications in Python and C++ programming languages. My goal is to advance the knowledge and understanding of physics and education through high-quality research, teaching, and collaboration.